Coffee with the Chiefs – 5/6 edition


With OTAs and minicamps right around the corner, there is plenty to talk about with the Kansas City Chiefs. On Tuesday, the main news was the release of quarterback Terrelle Pryor, who some believed could be cultivated by head coach Andy Reid. Let’s see what else was going on in Chiefs Kingdom.

John Dorsey explains phase two of offseason programBJ Kissel of

"It’s also an opportunity for the new players to not only get out on the field with their new teammates, but to begin to learn the verbiage of how their new positional coaches go about teaching their technique."

Clark Hunt talks about London-Super Bowl connectionBJ Kissel of

"On Saturday, Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt clarified his thoughts on the game in London fulfilling the NFL’s requirement for any team wanting to host a Super Bowl to play a home game overseas."

Paul Rudd, famous Chiefs fan, recorded NFL Draft MIke Nahrstedt of FOX Sports

"Noted Kansas City Chiefs and Royals fan Paul Rudd had a confession to make when he appeared Tuesday on the nationally syndicated Rich Eisen Show to promote his new movie Ant-Man: He’s such an NFL Draft nerd, he not only watched all seven rounds, he recorded the first round when he couldn’t be home to watch it live."

Could James Jones be a target for Kansas City?Leigh Oleszczak of KC Kingdom

"James Jones would be a nice veteran pickup for a Chiefs wide receiving squad that had zero touchdowns last season. Jones was originally a member of the Green Bay Packers, where he spent seven years and had over 4,300 receiving yards and 37 touchdowns during that span."

Chiefs waive four players, including Terrelle PryorAssociated Press

"The Chiefs placed four players on waivers Tuesday, including former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor, who had been signed in the offseason and was trying to earn a backup job."